Ioannis Gavriil’s photo exhibition of Roma kids

Ioannis Gavriil photo exhibition of Roma kids

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at Hoxton Bar, Voutadon 42, Gazi, Athens, Greece

I missed the opening night, but I went there a peaceful morning to enjoy the exhibition and a nice cold coffee.

His magnificent work was displayed in big sized mounted photos, that blended wonderfully with the surroundings of the bar. His photos reveal his fondness for the children and his passion for photography. Since the new media and the expenses of printed exhibition quality photos make such exhibitions rare every passing year, I was thrilled to be given the chance to see one by a friend and team-mate.

Many wishes for more photographs and  exhibitions in the future.

See more of his photos here:

http://www.flickr.com/photos/54968668@N02/

http://fozphotos.wordpress.com/tag/ioannis-gavriil/

 

Διάρκεια Έκθεσης: Από 11 Σεπτεμβρίου έως 5 Νοεμβρίου 2013
Duration: 11/09 to 5/11 2013
Ώρες λειτουργίας: Καθημερινά 12.00-03.00
Visiting hours: 12:00-03:00
Οργάνωση-Επιμέλεια έκθεσης: Νίκος Γυφτάκης

Organizing&Curating:Nikos Giftakis
Παραγωγή/Production: The Terra Incognita Art Company

8 thoughts on “Ioannis Gavriil’s photo exhibition of Roma kids

        • There is nothing wrong with this here exhibition, is it? And the flickr one on the right. Plus you get to see it from the luxury of your home (wher you lay your head…) and save the planet with less emitions from traveling. 😉 Let’s see how we are doing until next year… More plans to be announced!

            • No, I meant this wordpress & flickr exhibitions of mine. 😉 I do enjoy and believe in the traditional way of showing art. Where traveling and the place of the exhibition are part of the experience. Because this is art. An experience.

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